The level of penetration of cellular communication in Russia correspond to those of the developed telecommunications markets and is more than 170%, ie for every 10 people in our country accounts for nearly 17 active sim-cards. It is shown that these cellular operators can substantially fill the gaps in the study of circular migration. Based on the voice traffic of the operator of "the big three" I give estimates of the number of inhabitants of the Republic of Bashkortostan, who make regular trips to work and study in the regional capital of Ufa. I created a map of the movement, revealed the regions-donors as well as the centers of gravity of circular migrants in the capital, and calculated the average distance of travel.
The approaches to the understanding of successful and sustainable development of the society are changing before our eyes. The focus shifts from the economic indicators showing the welfare of the state, to measuring of the subjective indicators of happiness that reflect the individual's subjective well-being. The paper analyzes the level of life satisfaction according to age in different societies. The relationship between the degree of development of inclusive institutions and the satisfaction with life is revealed.
The article analyzes the temporary labor migration in contemporary Russia. Sources of information - data FMS of Russia, LFS sample surveys. Under the temporary migrants are understood not only foreigners, but also Russians, engaged in labor activities outside the region of residence.
The article contains qualitative and quantitative assessment of ART effectiveness on the basis of the data from one Moscow ART clinic, as well as studying patient communities in the Internet.
ART helps to resolve infertility problem to up to 50% of all infertile couples in the world, Europe being a leader in what concerns ART usage/
Length of life in Russia has been decreasing already for 40 years. According to the Programme of Action adopted by the Cairo International Conference on Population in 1994, all countries should commit themselves to raise life expectancy for both sexes above 70 by 2005. It is already clear, that by the year 2005 Russia will not even come near to this goal.At the best it will succeed in reaching the life expectancy recommended for the countries with the highest mortality - 65 years. Child mortality in Russia is declining but at a very low pace. But the case of adult mortality is even worse. High mortality rates result from an insufficient control over many, mainly exogenous causes of death. The general structure of the causes of death remains archaic in many respects. The authors are of the opinion, that demographic losses from high mortality are comparable to military losses. How can Russia get over the demographic crisis? The authors offer their answer to this complicated question.